These beans are grown in coffee gardens across the Papua New Guinea highlands. Farmers pulp their cherry and then ferment them for approximately 36 hours. We take this bean to a second crack for a dark roast that achieves a smokey profile with mellow acidity and a bold finish.
Region: Papua New Guinea Highlands
Altitude: 1700-1850 m
Variety: Arusha , Borbon, Mundo Novo, Typica
Exporter: Sucafina Specialty
Mellow acidity; buttery texture; dark chocolate; almond; cedar; bold finish
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